Emoji Craft is a new idle factory game for the iOS and Android where you craft emojis and make money. You start with one production line, making only a little but of money, but as you level up you can add more production lines, upgrade them, and get massively rich. Read on for some tips and tricks for Emoji Craft!
There are three upgrades that you can do for each production line. The first upgrade is the money upgrade, which increases the amount of money that you can make per emoji on that particular production line. The emoji-per-minute upgrade is the middle one, and the last upgrade button increases the speed of the conveyor belts. This one is mostly only necessary if you’re making so many emoji per second that you run into production logjams.
If you swipe to the right on a production line, you’ll rush out a bunch of emoji, and the production line will speed up to accommodate them. If you use the right-swipe heavily, that’s when the conveyor belt speed upgrade will come in handy. The speed upgrade will stop your furious swipes from creating logjams on the production line.
When stars or mushrooms appear on the production line, you’ll get a huge bonus as soon as they pass the production threshold on the right side of the screen. You can either take the bonus (for example, an instant cash bonus, or a temporary speed bonus), or you can double the bonus by watching an advertisement video. As soon as the video is done, you’ll collect the double bonus.
The same thing is true with the offline income. When you come back from a long layoff, you’ll have a massive stash of cash built up. This is the perfect time to play the ad video again, so that you can double all of that offline income instantly. Make sure that you have an internet connection when you log back in, so that you don’t miss out on the chance for that double income bonus. Same with your level-up bonuses.
If you find that the game is draining your battery too fast, go to the settings menu and turn off the vibrations and turn on the battery saver mode. Battery saver mode will slow down the frame rate to about half, so while the game will run the same speed, it will look very slightly choppier, but it will be easier on your phone’s battery. This will especially show a difference if you have anything older than an iPhone 8 or X.